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Front end shakes after 58mph just had wheels balanced and was worse after. Used to drive 70mph with minor shakeing

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The shaking is comming from your front end not being aligned. Take it to a shop that has the machine to do that task. Hope this helps.

Posted on Sep 13, 2010

Testimonial: "Called the shop where I had the work done. gave the same answer. Ballance work might have a bad calibration and to redo the ballance on tires"

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